One of the final Transbay developments, 160 Folsom will feature 391 homes in a 400-foot tower with a spiral design unlike anything our city has ever seen. While the building does have an incredibly modern look, the design finds inspiration from San Francisco architectural history. Completion is slated for 2020, and 40% of homes in the development will be below-market rate.
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One of the final Transbay developments, 160 Folsom will feature 391 homes in a 400-foot tower with a spiral design unlike anything our city has ever seen. While the building does have an incredibly modern look, the design finds inspiration from San Francisco architectural history. The design is an evolution of our classic bay windows, but just incrementally twisting around the building.
160 Folsom will also have three smaller buildings at the base of the main tower that will rise upwards of eight stories and will feature townhouses and some of the Below Market Rate homes. The developer hopes to achieve a LEED Gold Sustainability designation.
Estimated completion 2020 (30-month construction schedule per City Plans).
Unannounced at this time. Pricing is typically the very last item that a developer decides upon, so we don’t expect to have this information until the sales office opens.
Three-level subterranean parking structure per City Plans although the exact number of spots and ratio to units is unknown at this time.
Unknown at this time. We’ll update this page as more details become available. Given finishes at nearby Infinity and Lumina, you should expect something similar.
The developer is building 141 Below Market Rate homes, and 64 of those 141 homes will be specifically for “middle-income” buyers. The homes will be distributed throughout the eight-story residential buildings as well as on the first 26 floors of the tower. Forty percent of the homes will be a part of the inclusionary housing program, exceeding the 35 percent requirement typically required on a Transbay site.
Unknown at this time, and it won’t be us. We don’t represent developers in new construction but provide independent representation at new and modern homes throughout San Francisco.